Can I process 'fit' with a GPU?
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Just tried running a test.
gX = randi(100,10,1,'gpuArray');
gY = randi(100,10,1,'gpuArray');
[a,b] = fit(gX,gY,'exp1');
and all I get is the error...
LSQCURVEFIT requires the following inputs to be of data type double: 'X0','YDATA'.
Is there any way to run 'fit' on the GPU (GTX 1080)?
More Answers (3)
Joss Knight on 9 Dec 2018
We plan to accelerate the rate at which we provide improved coverage for gpuArray support in MATLAB Toolboxes, including Stats and Optim. Since these features are customer requested, they will be higher priority.
Hi, please add GPU support for train net, is toooooo slow, I prefer to use Keras in Python for this analysis, but I need Simulink and Matlab codder for put the trained neural network in a STM32 or ESP32, etc.
I have noticed that with one of the methods, it is very fast and it is using something from the GPU called "COPY", what is it? Tensorflow uses the 3D part. The percentage of GPU usage is always greater than 20%, but I have even seen it go up to 45%. For now, excellent.